Levonator and Sezhadevil in Focus of Bloggers' Attention

The past week was eventful, and while the traditional media in Armenia were pondering their adequate response so as to avoid “unnecessary complications”, the Armenian Internet community were discussing the comings and goings of the current political scene at full speed.

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The World Discourages Democracy in Nagorno Kharabakh

Echannel reports figures presented by the deputy chairman of NKR CEC, according to which 53.08%, or 48,494 of 91,180 voters had already cast their ballots by 14:00 in the Presidential Elections in Nagorno-Karabakh, thus making the 4th Presidential elections held in the self-determined Republic a fact of life. There are mixed reactions to these elections in Armenia, from total indifference to singing praises or speaking the usual opposition talk about how bad the pre-election campaign…

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Legislative Initiative to Shut Down Radio Liberty in Armenia

According to Yerevan Press Club expert Mesrop Harutyunyan the proposed changes to “Law on State Duties ” and “Law on television and radio” are aimed specifically against the RFE / RL(am). Not going into technical details on how exactly this is reflected in the proposed legislative changes, let us restate the words of the expert, that the Radio Liberty has been one of the best sources for information throughout the Parliamentary elections campaign for a…

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"Artificial sensations" – especially for Uzogh :)

From Uzogh‘s blog I found out, that on H1 TV the following was broadcast: 1. Artur Baghdasaryan announced, that he will run for president on 2008 elections. 2. Artur Baghdasaryan announced, that his life is in danger. 3. The subtitles of the “Rull of Law” party video claim, that they have heard this recording on the Golos site and consider it to be an “Artificial Sensation”. Uzogh also asks a very good question: what exactly…

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